The accommodating staff at The Cutting Edge Salon uses their talented hairstylists to snip away at overgrown coiffures and perform a variety of mane-manipulating services, including single-process color, texturing, and styling. Clients can continue beauty regimens at home with the salons' collection of Redken products available for purchase. Outside hair services, the salon furnishes both of its locations with 40 clean and thoroughly inspected private UV tanning beds, allowing the team to collectively bronze visitors one small army at a time. The four tiers of tanning beds each contain face and body light bulbs that vary in number and intensity, and grant tanners a luxuriously gold exterior without pushing them into King Tut's sarcophagus. Those eschewing UV rays step into the salons' automated Magic spray-tan booths, which engulf bodies in three shades of tanning solution for an even, streak-free tan with head-to-toe coverage.
At Rock Paper Scissors, owner Star Marquardt knows a good hairstyle shouldn't just leave her client's looking good, it should let them leave feeling confident about the heath of their hair and the techniques used to make it look its best. That's why she favors hair care products by Intelligent Nutrients, which are petro-chemical free, cruelty-free, sulfate-free, and paraben-free and is one of the only 100 % USDA certified organic haircare products on the market. When creating new hair hues, the Certified Master Colorist favors low-ammonia formulations from Alpha Parf, which shade tresses with professional results, but cause less damage than their high-ammonia counterparts. Deep conditioners and keratin-infused solutions also help Star re-hydrate hair left dry from over-styling or under-watering, giving the licensed stylist a healthy, hairy canvas as she creates a new cut, blow-dry style, or special-occasion up-do.
With 20-plus years of professional design experience, hairstylist and nail technician Lisa Stearns combines her aesthetic passions of cutting tresses and sculpting nails. For her hair clients, Lisa demonstrates a range of techniques, crafting both sleek, new styles and long layered looks. Her continuing education has allowed fulfill her artistic vision and keep current on the latest color and cutting trends. The hairstylist and nail technician also takes time to teach her clients some tips on how to properly care for their nails at home, including wearing protective gloves when washing dishes or digging in your flower beds.
It's only fitting that the name of Kendra Schmidt's studio, "le r?ve," is French for "dream," as each client can walk out with her dream look. At Le R?ve Hair Studio (located inside Sola Salons), the owner and head stylist taps into years of experience to create beautiful styles for her clients. She's trained and up to date on classic and trendy looks and is also a color specialist. Kendra exclusively uses Scruples hair products, a professional and locally made line.
At Moon Shell Hair Studio, stylist Shauna sees hairstyling as a form of sculpture, which makes sense, given that she was an artist before becoming a hairstylist. She draws on that artistic background—and more than 18 years of experience—when crafting trendy and classic cuts that always emphasize movement and texture. She relies on Davines hair products, which use only natural ingredients, every time she artfully styles, colors, or highlights clients' strands.
The staff at Truly Hair Salon whips unruly strands into shape with high-end products by John Amico and Beauty Control. A skilled stylist can administer a swift bang trim, or fully recalibrate hair circuitry with a conditioning treatment, a scissors cut, and bold custom color. Guests may also solicit the salon's nailcare services for a Shellac mani-pedi, which lasts roughly two weeks without chipping, fading, or complaining about the weather.